Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973

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Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973
Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973
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Product Description

Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps with City Lights for 1964-1973 Ford Mustangs. Will NOT fit 1969 Mustangs.

These kits come with two headlight housings and two H4 bulbs. They will convert your stock sealed beam headlights to a modern H4 bulb. Headlights retain all factory wiring and use factory connectors (City Lights require additional wiring). These bulbs feature Hi and Low beams of 60 watts and 55 watts respectively.

City Lights are a secondary bulb that acts like a daytime running light. Typically, these lights are connected to your parking lights, so they are only lit when the parking lights are on.

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Mustang Applications

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Delta Halogen H4 Headlamps With City Lights 1964-1973 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy installation and fitment These light are perfectly easy to install and light the street way better out then the originals...
Date published: 2015-05-17
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Hi, do the delta headlights have a bias for left or right hand drive please? I drive in the UKĀ 

Asked by: Wiggy
Unsure. I can't find any documentation that says whether they're only going to work in lefthand drive vehicles, or whether the aim works in righthand drive as well.
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Date published: 2015-04-22
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